Riverdale, UTAH – Utah’s largest credit union, America First Credit Union, adds another service location in Utah Valley with the opening of its Traverse Mountain branch location in Harmons Grocery Store at 1750 Traverse Parkway, Lehi, Utah 84043. The location marks the sixth branch opening of 2016, with the most recent being West Point City on June 8. America First has 120 branch locations serving Utah, Nevada, Idaho and Arizona.
Samuel Thompson will serve as branch manager of the Traverse Mountain location. Thompson began his tenure with America First in September 2011 and has served as assistant manager at the Orem branch since September 2014.
A grand opening celebration will be held the week of August 15 – 20. The Traverse Mountain branch is located at 1750 Traverse Parkway, Lehi, Utah 84043. Branch hours are Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
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· Rates as low* as 3.50% variable APR
· Flexible terms
· The best in member service
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No matter the season and regardless of the economic environment, there are always criminals looking to perpetrate identity theft.
It can happen to anyone at any time, but here are five easy steps you can take to help protect yourself:
· Keep your Social Security and driver’s license numbers off your checks and all of your identifying documents
· Never write your personal identification number (PIN) on your cards
· Destroy confidential documents — click here for a list of upcoming free shredding day events
· Choose complex passwords featuring combinations of letters, numbers and special characters
· Regularly review your America First statements with free Online & Mobile Banking
And be sure visit this link for more information regarding how we are working to guard your financial resources.
If you’re traveling abroad, America First offers foreign currency exchange services to help you make the most of your journey.
We offer low fees, competitive rates, overnight delivery & more. Here are the details:
· $5,000 per-transaction limit
· Purchases by cash or collected account funds only
· Two-day pickups requested (orders are returned after five days)
· $10 per transaction (buying or selling)
· Additional $10 for orders under $300 U.S.
· $15 for FedEx Priority overnight express (available by noon the next business day)
This option is available at select branches — click here to find one near you.
Every month America First Credit Union highlights a deserving individual in the Las Vegas Valley. Today, we meet Joe who is one of many volunteers in the Trauma Intervention Program. Along with recognizing Joe for the month of July, America First Credit Union’s Nicole Cypers, PR & Social Media Manager will share tips for staying aware and reducing the risk of fraud.
This Segment is Sponsored by: America First Credit Union
Some of the fondest memories we make all year take place with family and friends in the summer sun.
Nicole Cypers with America First Credit Union shares why now is the best time to take the plunge and purchase that boat or RV your family has always dreamed of.
This Segment is Sponsored By: America First Credit Union
The FOX5 Surprise Squad has been all over Las Vegas, to Pahrump and Mesquite. They decided it was time to head down to Boulder City.
Cyber criminals are always busy in the summer months, attacking consumers around the globe.
According to experts, no one is immune to this phenomenon and, while we are all vulnerable, there are steps you can take to minimize your risk:
• Be overly careful about clicking on links and attachments you didn’t request and/or don’t recognize.
• Limit the amount of sensitive data stored on your computer. For example, never put your Social Security Number on any device.
• Use free Online & Mobile Banking to monitor your transactions and take care of your personal finances.
• Don’t geotag photos on Facebook.
• Greatly restrict the personal information you post on any social media site.
You’re also welcome to visit us here for updates regarding how we are striving to provide you with enhanced protection.